Virtual reality (VR) is a game changer for collaborative design review. VR technology is now at a quality level that gives designers confidence to make design decisions virtually. Designers and engineers can explore virtual models and design variations at full scale before physical models get built. Multiple users can collaborate across multiple remote locations. This talk will cover innovative immersive VR technology with VRED software and Forge Platform. Hear firsthand from Faraday Future about how they are capitalizing on VR to solve design review challenges and bring cars to market faster at lower cost. The future of automotive design visualization is here. This session features VRED and Forge.
- Discover status, trends, and the future of the automotive design review process
- Understand how VRED technology is used in VR design review workflows
- Learn how the latest VR technology can improve visualization experience and review precision
- Understand the power of multisite VR collaboration solutions for a global design process
Self taught 3D modeler, visualizer and VR experience developer. Currently developing VR experiences for Faraday Future. Helping FF utilize VR in the their Design Department.
Merten Stroetzel received his master’s degree in electrical engineering from Technical University of Munich in Germany, and he’s now a principal engineer for virtual reality (VR) at Autodesk, Inc. He has spoken at Autodesk University and at customer events like the Automotive Innovation Forum and IMPRESS3D about Automotive Visualization Solutions. Stroetzel currently works with a team of visualization experts on VRED software- and Stingray game-engine-based Virtual Reality Solutions. His 10-plus years of media-entertainment-technology consulting expertise supports the visualization solutions development for the challenges that our automotive and manufacturing clients are facing today.